Developments in New Zealand Competition Law and Policy

Mark Berry, Feb 13, 2013 The New Zealand Commerce Commission is an independent statutory body with responsibility for enforcing competition law. The Commerce Act 1986...

Fortune Telling: Australian Competition Law in 2013

Julie Clarke, Jan 15, 2013 "Trying to predict the future is like trying to drive down a country road at night with no lights while...

Education Before Enforcement? Key Insights From Australian Cartel Research

Caron Beaton-Wells, Christine Parker, Oct 15, 2012 Close scrutiny and tough sanctioning of cartel conduct (involving price-fixing, market sharing, output reduction, or bid-rigging by competing...

The Role of Keyword Advertising in Competition Among Rival Brands

David Evans, Elisa Mariscal, Sep 13, 2012 A consumer types the name of a brand into a search engine. In most cases, the search-results page...

The Australian Approach to Competition Law Compliance Programs

Bill Dee, Feb 22, 2012 Competition law in Australia is set out in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 which essentially picked up the competition...

The Criminalization of Serious Cartel Conduct in Australia

Manish Agarwal, David Round, May 14, 2010 On July 24, 2009, the Trade Practices Amendment (Cartel Conduct and Other Measures) Act 2009 ("Cartels Act") came...

Australia’s Proposed Information Disclosure Legislation: International Worst Practice

Caron Beaton-Wells, Brent Fisse, Aug 30, 2011 Regulating information disclosure and exchange by competitors is widely seen as one of the most challenging aspects of...

Price Signals in Two-Sided Markets

Joshua Gans, Jul 27, 2010 Two-sided platforms have represented an antitrust challenge in a similar way to the challenge posed by innovation and dynamics. Put...

Cartel Enforcement in Australia

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Bob Baxt, Gillian McKenzie, Sep 30, 2008 Historically cartel behavior in Australia has been...

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